Promoting Self-Care and Balance Virtually
The Duck Nest helps you develop self-care and life-balance strategies related to stress, nutrition, physical activity, and general wellness. During this time of remote education and social distancing, the Duck Nest is here for you. Check out our virtual programming, listed below.
- University Counseling Center Self Care Guide
- The Science of Happiness: An Experiment in Gratitude
- Protect Your Lungs: Quit Vaping and Smoking
Stop by the a virutal session with the Duck Nest to learn more about SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) and get help with the application. Find out more about food security programs at UO too!
We'll be hosting these daily from 2-3:30pm during spring term (Monday through Friday)!
Here for You
Check our calendar for online programs and events and follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Everything we do is geared to helping you cultivate positive habits and healthy coping strategies for college life and beyond.
Peers Helping Peers
Peer Wellness Advocates are change agents in their communities, act as liaisons to campus health services, and create and implement student-driven health and wellness programs. Want to join us? Visit our student involvement page.
- Meditation and relaxation
- Healthy eating on a budget
- Therapy dogs
- Mental well-being workshops
- Wellness presentations
In partnership with:
Duck Nest Hours
The Duck Nest is fully remote for spring term.
Connect with Us
Does your group want to learn more about stress management, relaxation, nutrition, sexual health, or suicide prevention? Are you putting on a tabling event and wanting the Duck Nest to be a part of it? Our team is available to present to your campus organization or living community.